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  • Gimp
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    really easy!
    all the templates are stored in theh database.
    u read a row then u eval() it and print in on the screen TADA u have a templates system

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  • Conscience
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    oh it works its just slloowww...

    I'm not familiar with how vbb does it though

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  • Gamefreak
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    Oh...It is exactly the same as implode(). I know how to do that. What I want to know is how vBulletin replaces the template and replacements placeholders that are located in the templates. I try to use ereg_replace() and preg_replace() but it doesn't seem to work well.

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  • Goldfinger
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    http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.join.php im to lazy to explain how to use it .

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  • Gamefreak
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    I know PHP, but how do use the JOIN function?!

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  • Conscience
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    very true but you have to do the basics before you do anything eles

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  • Goldfinger
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    vbulletin's template system doesnt use the include function. Using the include function would be considered a basic template system. now the join function can be used to merge documents onto php pages.

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  • Conscience
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    if you really need help you can email me or icq me and ill give you a hand....

    [email protected]
    3048210

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  • Conscience
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    learn php....

    www.php.net

    look up include();

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  • Gamefreak
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    Template-Based Website

    I am trying to create a template-based web site similar to vBulletin. Does anyone have any ideas on how to go about this?!
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